Hostal Mare Nostrum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to find a store we hit the jackpot with the Bike Gallery. We have never seen a bike store a large, stocked with so many brands or with its own indoor test track. No problem with bike boxes! They have lots. We carried a couple back to the metro, onto the port bus and back onto the ship. That's one task we didn't have to worry about as we would now be able to spend our time riding in the next 3 ports of ...
... 300 year Anniversary of Catalunya! We walked all around the city and there were 2 million extra people in the city all protesting Spain's rule and the peoples' desire to be their own country. The people all wore red and yellow and stood in a giant V in the street and made human towers and chanted and sang in the streets. Later that night went to a free T-Pain concert and got to be front row!
Friday, we journeyed to Sitges, ...
We woke up this morning feeling mostly refreshed. Kyria was happy as she hadn't woken up coughing. Michael’s only complaint was that Eli had stolen the doona! The two boys had slept in the middle and Kyria and I slept on either side of them. I thought the beds might have moved apart and Eli would fall down the crack but he’d slept fine too.
We had breakfast in a café not far from the hotel. It was quite a cool looking café with shelves of Spanish books by ...
... grabbed some coffee, a baguette, some prosciutto and cheese and made our way across town by subway. We found a nice park and ate our breakfast picnic in the sun. We then went and did some touristy things, visiting the huge gothic cathedral, Sagrada Familia and then up to Parc Guell which despite the steep hike in the heat was a great experience. The park has views over Barcelona and it's layout very unusual. Full of street performers, ...
... amazing adventure! Everyone needs to do it!
Finally, Sunday, after sleeping for 11 hours the night before, I met my friend for my last Paella. Then we got gelato (Naranja, or Orange is amazing) on La Rambla (huge street down he middle of Barcelona) and just stopped and people-watched. Before long, some guy around 70 year's old came up in front of Rachael and I and began to express his gratitude towards our physical appearance. I ...